Researchers develop software that detects almost every deepfake
Deepfakes, mostly the Mondays of strange heads and faces on other bodies, are getting better and better. This is taken to extremes by the Tiktok channel “Deepfake Tom Cruise”, which repeatedly publishes amazingly real-looking videos in which he uses the face of the Hollywood star. The artistic potential is great, but so is the risk of abuse. For example, by assembling people in Poroclips or compromising recordings or subjugating political statements that have never been said. How difficult it is to differentiate between real and artificially generated faces is shown by the guessing game on the website “Which Face is real?”.